The Master of Management of Applied Sciences (MMASc) Program in Global Health Systems in Africa (GHS-A) is a 12-month, comprehensive professional degree program that provides an environment for transdisciplinary and holistic approaches to becoming global leaders.

Thematic areas committed to combat poverty, hunger, disease, and environmental degradation while promoting the health and equality of those most vulnerable, such as women and children will be highlighted.

During this 12-month program, students will have the opportunity to discuss and propose solutions to issues in Global Health Systems in Africa while gaining the knowledge and skills to become a leader in this growing and dynamic field. This curriculum will bridge gaps between disciplines and provide students with organizational, leadership, and communication skills, enabling them to build successful careers.

Our MMASc program in GHS-A offers a unique opportunity for students to take core courses in communication and management (Organizational Behaviour, Fundamentals of Managerial Finance, Fundamentals of Marketing Management, Professional Communication, Professional Writing, Foundational Digital Communication for Professionals), as well as specialty courses in Global Health Systems in Africa.

Advocates for a healthier future, graduates will be well positioned to assume or fast track toward leadership positions in major government agencies, non-governmental organizations, and the healthcare system both locally and internationally.

Global Health Systems in Africa Courses

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Admission Requirements

Completion of an Honours undergraduate degree from an accredited University or Institution; minimum B+ average in previous two years of study; reference letters; resume; and personal statement.